cookbook 'bsw_gpg', '= 0.1.1'
bsw_gpg (12) Versions 0.1.1 Follow2
Installs/Configures gpg using an LWRP based approach
cookbook 'bsw_gpg', '= 0.1.1', :supermarket
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LWRP focused cookbook that helps load public or private keys into your GPG keyring from either a string, a cookbook file, or a Chef vault item. The cookbook will check to see if the key fingerprint and user name already exist in the key ring before converging. The resources automatically choose secret vs. public keyrings based on the header of the base64 key contents.
None, LWRP focused
Include the bsw_gpg::default recipe in your cookbook, which will install the gnupg2 package
Install from a string
bsw_gpg_load_key_from_string 'a string key' do key_contents '-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- (rest of key here' for_user 'joe' # The user you want to install the key to end
Install from a cookbook file
public_key_in_base_64 = cookbook_file_contents 'something.pub','mycookbookname' bsw_gpg_load_key_from_string 'a cookbook key' do key_contents public_key_in_base_64 for_user 'joe' # The user you want to install the key to end
Install from a Chef vault item
bsw_gpg_load_key_from_chef_vault 'a chef vault key' do data_bag 'thedatabag' item 'the_item' json_key 'json_key' # Expects to find a hash key with the base64 key contents in it for_user 'joe' # The user you want to install the key to end
Install from a key server
bsw_gpg_load_key_from_key_server 'some key' do key_server 'keyserver.ubuntu.com' key_id '561F9B9CAC40B2F7' for_user 'root' end
Use a non-default keyring
You can use this on any of the resources
bsw_gpg_load_key_from_key_server 'some key' do key_server 'keyserver.ubuntu.com' key_id '561F9B9CAC40B2F7' for_user 'root' keyring_file 'stuff_secret.gpg' end
- Fork the repository on Github
- Create a named feature branch (like
- Write your change
- Write tests for your change (if applicable)
- Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
- Submit a Pull Request using Github
License and Authors
Authors: Brady Wied
Copyright (c) 2014, BSW Technology Consulting LLC
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This cookbook has no specified dependencies.
This file is used to list changes made in each version of the gpg cookbook.
- [your_name] - Initial release of gpg
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